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, thank you. >> sorry. [laughter] >> a new will be hit theaters over the holiday. here what arch campbell thought >> a record-setting weekend for the new 3-d animated musical called "frozen." it debuted in second place, making it the biggest thanksgiving release opener ever. arch campbell -- is it a warm feel-good movie? >> disney's new family-friendly animated musical "frozen," fits the season with a story designed to warm your heart. " creates the world of the snow queen with christian princess with the power to bring on winter with just a wave of her hand. unfortunately, she can't quite control those powers. the place goes into eternal winter. laughs -- "frozen" frozen a goofy snowman. -- throws in a goofy snowman. family-friendly, pg rated "frozen." what is thanksgiving without a little revenge? spike lee offers "old boy," his remake of the korean classic with josh brolin as a man held hostage for 20 years set free without explanation. lin plots revenge and gets it with style. nativity" mixes a contemporary story with langston hughes' holiday classic. whitaker plays a god- fearing pre
marketing into overdrive, you might have noticed. campbell on abc seven. he was in north dakota. >> they want to raise your power bill! you are watching abc seven news at 11 a clock. >> -- 11:00. for an increase of five dollars a month. say,lk to customers who "not so fast! " affect all the customers here in the state. have aer spring, they history of falling down when storms come. a lot of money has been spent to improve that situation. you should pay more. not everyone is buying that. montgomerys of county have -- certain parts of montgomery county have a storm story. >> i was looking at my bill. spring, it look like this after a storm. 's responsehat pepco was terrible. >> it was terrible, if you want my opinion. >> there was an increase of $7.13. approvegulators only $2.41. thecompany says that request has to do with the hundreds of millions that they are spending to make sure the power grid is more reliable in the future. customers say that if it is really for that, they are ok with that. >> five dollars would not be too big a sacrifice. >> profits should come out of the sh
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first weakness, witness, a girl. >> reporter: colleen campbell who spoke to cnn only if we concealed her identity. she faced off with the killer on this landing. during the investigation police asked her if the man she encountered was deacon, known by his nickname, fire. >> they bring the picture of fire and them have me say if it is this man, i say, i tell them no. it was a young boy and he's 19, 20. >> reporter: her description in this 1989 police report of the man she came face to face with didn't match deacon at all. he was older and taller with a full head of hair and a beard. the defense counted on her testimony. >> the defense attorney at the original trial opened with the fact that miss campbell was going to be testifying and an exonerating witness. week prior the prosecution had got on it her. >> reporter: campbell passed this lie detector test about her account but she says prosecutors pushed her to change her story and give vague testimony. she says they threatened to have her children taken away if she didn't cooperate, claims prosecutors deny. >> when i go to court, must giv
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might think it's homemade. try campbell's homestyle soup. >>> funeral services are taking place for some of the victims of sunday's train derailment in new york. four people died in the crash, 67 others injured, 2 survivors already filed notices they noon sue for negligence. one is seeking $10 million in punitive damages because of his injuries. another train accident today shut down part of the new jersey turnpike. authorities tell our affiliate two tanker cars carrying a flammable liquid derailed interchange 12 on the >> the investigation into sunday's deadly crash has focused in on the engineer. a union represent said william rockefeller nodded off at the controls. his attorney blamed it on what he called highway hypnosis. whatever the case, the accident raises the serious concerns of the dangers of drowsiness while operating any vehicle, including cars. rene marsh takes a closer look at what researchers are doing to try to prevent people from falling asleep at the wheel. >> dramatic dashboard video captured a 71-year-old woman asleep at the wheel. her car crashes through the windshie
be cleared. that's coming up in just a second. good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm tori campbell. >> good morning. climb dave clark. >>> let's go right to -- good morning. i'm dave clark. >>> let's go right to sal. >> westbound highway 4, right near bailey road. the traffic is narrowing down to one lane and maybe the shoulder. but most of the freeway is blocked. we have a long backup stretching as farther back even in antion. you know how bad it gets without any crashes at all on a monday coming out of highway 4. if this is your commute, you might strongly want to consider putting it off because some of the side roads that i would recommend are now very crowded. people have heard about the crash and they are on side roads. you will be caught up in a bunch of slow traffic. i can't really in good conscious tell you take a side street because everyone else has already thought about that. you are kind of looking at these long delays. if you can get to the b.a.r.t. station, maybe you can do that. but again, highway 4 near bailey road. most of the freeway is blocked. chp has issued a s
. [ whistle blowing ] where do you hear that beat? campbell's healthy request soup lets you hear it in your heart. [ basketball bouncing ] heart healthy. [ m'm... ] great taste. [ tapping ] sounds good. campbell's healthy request. m'm! m'm! good.® minute, there are a few things i would like to get off my chest. i'm against animals being abused by their owners. that's horrible. i don't like people who commit hate crimes. and pardon me, but cancer, count me among those who say we should definitely be trying hard to cure that. the sooner, the better. now that i've unburdened myself, i have to bring up a twiter theme this week that asked people to do the exact opposite of what i just did. asked them to courageously confess their unpopular opinions. people were encouraged to put aside not just their own sensitivities, but the sensitivities of others and say whatever they have been afraid to share until now. so, for example, politico's ben wright wrote, quote, i dislike almost all of paul mccartney's music and i hate john lennon's song "imagine." igor offered this, yoda was a coward. and forbes
treatments to. break it down, joining us once again, dr. kevin campbell, practicing cardiologist and assistant professor of medicine at the university of north carolina. so how exactly could our bodies fight off cancer like we fight off the common cold? >> there's certain immune cells in our body that attack viral infections like the common cold. these cells are called t cells and what happens in this particular situation in this experiment we've talked about today is we pull the t-cells out of the body of a patient with cancer. we use gene therapy to make them attack the cancer cells and put them back to fight the cancer. jenna: 21 young people received this treatment, 18 of them are in remission. could this be a cure for cancer? >> i think that this may be well on the way to curing diseases like cancer. i think of it as personalized medicine. we're using your genetic material to fight off this particular cancer. this was done in leukemias and in some children, they're seeing no cancer at three years. not everyone but the results are very promising. jenna: they also tried in adu
'll think it's homemade. i love this show. [ male announcer ] try campbell's homestyle soup. test. >> she's alisyn camarota. >> he's bill hemmer. >> yes, he is. we will see you in about 15 minutes. some of the best political minds in america on why so many americans don't believe the problems with obamacare will be solved not by the end of this year, but by 2014. so we'll have a look at that coming up. >> of course, more remembrances of nelson mandela, and so many of you have expressed concern that we are cramped in this studio. today's our last day in this studio, so really enjoy it. soak it up for the next hour. >> we are going to be, um, free from the broom closet very soon. [laughter] >> well said. >> yes. see you in 14 minutes. >> top of the hour. ♪ ♪ jenna: sea otters are a good barometer of the environment, and that's why scientists in california are launching a massive study trying to figure out why some environments are better for the otters than others. claudia cowan is live in sausalito on the northern california coast right near san francisco with more on this story. claud
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, and pack up all their things and move them to fort campbell in tennessee, and to get him set up in a new house to do essentially a similar job. huge expense. billions and billions of dollars, if you add that up on an annual basis. like one of many places, the pentagon is talking about figuring out a way to slow down the rate of those moves, leave service members in one place for longer, simply because it costs so much money to move them. people feel like to be a well- trained servicemember, you need to move around and have that different experience. members told, service like the idea of sticking around because they have kids in school and they know where they're dry cleaner is, and they know -- a lot of them do not look forward to these frequent moves. telling a servicemember that they can stay in one place for years is a popular suggestion. sandra is on our line for independents. caller: i have heard rumors that we have an admiral for every ship in the navy. , andl get off the line thank you very much for your time. have a good day. guest: i would want to double check this, but i belie
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